Clinical Case Database / Category: Patient Management
Mr T Mawby, Mr I Bottrill
Foundation Years Journal, volume 7, issue 1, p.20 (123Doc Education, London, January 2013)
This case based discussion relates to a patient who presented with impaired
hearing. The key features in diagnosis, investigation and management of otosclerosis will be discussed.
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Mr T Mawby
John Radcliffe Hospital,
Mr I Bottrill
John Radcliffe Hospital,
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